VILNIUS – Under the most pessimistic scenario, a strict quarantine in Lithuania might be necessary as early as the beginning of November to bring the COVID-19 spread under control, the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences said on Tuesday, citing its own projections and those of the Lithuanian Energy Institute.
Scientists point to the fact that uncontrollable infection hotspots dominate in the country, therefore, the spread of the virus might even exceed the pessimistic projections. They have carried out modeling of possible scenarios and say that if the daily ra...
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